The above thread seems to be mainly related to the May 25th GDPR of the EU, and not only simply related to the OP’s issues with GDPR (privacy laws of the EU).
The French website abeille-cyclotourisme.fr also needs to be GDPR-compliant. As far as its own data is concerned, I declare that none of the sites’ pages creates any cookies nor records any visitor’s personal data. None, niet, nada, nein, walou.
The sole exception to the above is the use, via DH Control Panel, of Google mail (email@example.com). So google receives server info. Google seems to me to be GDPR-cumpliant, so this exception seems to be OK.
The last cause that I can imagine of potential non-compliance to GDPR requirements would be the preservation on Dreamhost servers of log data, which log data contains visitors’ information such as IP addresses.
Can Dreamhost certify that it deletes log data ? right away ? Same day ? Otherwise, can it certify that what it does with them is GDPR-compliant ?
Other than the above, is there any reason for Dreamhost to be non-compliant with GDPR ?
Concluding statements by Dreamhost ? TIA.